An Atlas of Hidden Water has been created to reveal where the world's freshwater aquifers really lie. "The hope," New Scientist reports, "is that it will help pave the way to an international law to govern how water is shared around the world."
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"The hope," New Scientist reports, "is that it will help pave the way to an international law to govern how water is shared around the world."
...or to find it and exploit it, just like we did with petroleum.
Posted by: Enoch Root on 12 Aug 09
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